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To end your session, issue the logout or exit commands. This returns you to the login prompt, and Linux waits for another user to log in.
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Once logged into the system, you have the option of starting an X Window System GUI, such as Gnome or KDE, and using it to interact with your Linux system. In Linux, the command startx starts the X Window System along with a GUI, which then enables you to interact with the system using windows, menus, and icons. On Red Hat, the startx command starts the Gnome desktop by default, though you can configure it to start up another desktop such as KDE or even a window manager. Once you shut down the GUI interface, you will return to your command line interface, still logged in.
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On Red Hat, you can use the switchdesk command, while in your desktop, to switch between Gnome, KDE, or the FVWM window manager. You make your selection and then quit the desktop to return to the command line interface. When you start up the GUI again, the desktop you selected is used.
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The Gnome desktop display shown in Figure 3-3 initially displays a panel at the bottom of the screen, as well as any icons for folders and Web pages initially set up by your distribution. For Red Hat, you see several Web page icons and a folder for your home directory. The panel at the bottom of the screen contains icons for starting applications, such as Mozilla (the Mozilla logo) and the Help system (the question mark logo). You can start applications using the main menu, which you display by clicking the Gnome icon (the image of a bare footprint), located on the left side of the panel.
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Figure 3-3: Gnome When you click the folder for your home directory on your desktop or select the File Manager entry on the main menu, a file manager window opens showing your home directory. You can display files in your home directory and use the UP ARROW button to move to the parent directory. Back and Forward buttons move through previously displayed directories. In the location window, you can enter the pathname for a directory to move directly to it. The file manager is also Internet-aware. You can use it to access remote FTP directories and to display or download their files (though it cannot display Web pages). To move a window, left-click and drag its title bar or right-click its other borders. Each window supports Maximize, Minimize, and Close buttons, as well as a Stick Pin button. Double-clicking the title bar will "shade" a window, or rather reduce it to only its title bar; you can redisplay the window with another double-click. The desktop supports full drag-anddrop capabilities. You can drag folders, icons, and applications to the desktop or other file manager windows open to other folders. The move operation is the default drag operation. To
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Figure 3-4: Desktop Switcher To quit the Gnome desktop, select the logout entry at the bottom of the main menu. If you entered from a login window, you are then logged out of your account and returned to the login window. If you started Gnome from the command line, you are returned to the command line prompt, still logged into your account. Although Gnome is the default desktop for Red Hat, you can easily switch to the KDE desktop. Red Hat installs the complete KDE desktop as part of its distribution. If you are performing a graphical login using the Gnome Desktop Manager, you can use the Session menu on the Options button to select KDE as the desktop you want to run. If you are logging into Linux using the command line interface, and then starting the desktop with the startx command, you can start the Gnome desktop and then use the Desktop Switcher located in the System directory to select KDE. When you quit Gnome and restart with the startx command, KDE is used as your desktop instead of Gnome. On KDE, you can then use the Desktop Switcher located in the Red Hat System menu to switch back to Gnome.
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